Raymond Bogle, a record officer in Spanish Town started as a football player but moved to refereeing in 2007. He quickly joined the elite referees in his country and obtained the FIFA badge in 2009.
His first international game was an under17 friendly between Jamaica and Mexico. And his first official competition match was the 2009 under17 CONCACAF Championship in Tijuana (Mexico) in April 2009. He officiated in 2 games, but unfortunately the competition was canceled after the group stage due to an outbreak of the swine flu.
Under17 FIFA World Cup
Since this period, Raymond Bogle has been very active in many CONCACAF competitions but one of the highlight of his career until now remains his participation at the 2011 Under17 FIFA World Cup competition in Mexico where he officiated in 3 matches including a final round game between Congo and Uruguay.